I was particularly struck by how charming the old Creole house was in l’Etang-Salé, by the sea : a tiny gem overlooking the ocean. I also have fond memories of a yoga session I did by the raging ocean, where I really felt the sheer force of nature.
2. What will be your abiding memory from your time filming in Reunion Island?
Without a doubt, walking in Méhari along the coastal road between l’Etang-Salé and Saint-Leu. I remember the incredible sense of freedom.
3. What was the most surprising thing you learned about Reunion Island?
I know Reunion Island quite well, but I always forget just how captivating its diversity is. Reunion Island is a real cultural crossroads at the heart of the Indian Ocean, where everyone lives together in harmony !
4. Why would you recommend Reunion Island to your friends?
I would recommend Reunion Island for the sheer diversity of experiences I had. In just one day, I felt as though I’d travelled through 20 countries. Primary forests, high alpine pastures, the desert slopes of the volcano, the blue waters of theIndian Ocean, the cool breeze at the top of the Piton des Neiges, the lagoon much-loved by children and – since the installation of nets – the return of safe surfing. In Reunion Island, anything is possible. It’s not called the intense island for nothing!